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									                                          P RO G R A M G U I D E
                                      SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER 2 0 0 6




  Know the issues. Know the candidates.
  Know Your Vote
  + Inland Journal interviews and reports
  + Election forum Oct. 11 with candidates for
    Spokane County Commissioner, WA State Senator
  + Regional voting information on KPBX.org
  + Nationwide reports from NPR
       See page 12

Spokane Youth Orchestra
Kids’ Concert on Oct . 7             Why we need your renewal now ....... 4
                                     Carol Off joins As It Happens ........... 16
                                     An Evening Under the Stars ............ 18
                                     Contact your favorite programs ....... 21
                                     Interested in learning about radio?
                                     Become a Community Intern ........... 22
                                     KPBX/KSFC Programming ................. 24
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      UNDERWRITERS                                                           These businesses support Spokane Public Radio programs.
                                                                             Please let them know how much you appreciate their support.

ACLU of Washington State ..... (206)624-2184           Global Folk Art ......................... 838-0664     Rings-Things.com ..................... 624-8565
Action Moving Service ................ 922-1500        Gonzaga University Graduate School of                  River Park Square ....................... 56-3413
Allegro .................................. 455-6865      Business .............................. 323-3414     Riverbluff Ranch ....................... 464-0123
ALSC Architects ....................... 838-8568       Dr. Klaus Gottlieb ............. 1-888-PEG TUBE        Rockwood Clinic ....................... 838-2531
American Building Maintenance ..... 535-2022           Green Mountain Water ............... 226-3558          John Rodgers, Atty ... rodgers@icehouse.net
American Society of Civil Engineers ............       Greencastle Soap ..................... 466-7223        Runners Soul ........................... 221 S Wall
Drs. Kristina Anderson, Alan Maddox 489-9700           Hamilton Studio.com .................. 327-9501        Sacred Heart Medical Center ....... 455-3081
Thomas W. Angell, Architect ......... 747-7647         Hearn Brothers Printing ............. 327-6308         St. George’s School ................... 466-1636
Apela Violins, Guitars & Ukeleles .... 927-6700        Tom Helvey, DDS ................. (208)255-1255        St. John’s Cathedral .... stjohnscathedral.org
Apple Charlotte Cooking Co. ........ 443-8252          Holy Family Hospital ............ holy-family.org      St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Center .... 838-4771
Argia IT Services ...................... 326-7555      Hope Market Cafe ............... 208-264-0506          Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce ..............
ARt Actors Repertory Theatre ...... 838-4013           Hospice of Spokane .... hospiceofspokane.org              ............................. visitsandpoint.com
Art At Work ............................ 363-5318      Idaho Forest Products ...... idahoforests.org          Sayre and Sayre, Attorneys ......... 325-7330
Art Spirit Gallery ................. 208-765-6006      Imagine Magazine ....... imaginemagazine.net           Second Harvest ................ shfoodbank.org
Asbell Professional Group ............. 534-1731       Inland Audio-Visual .................... 328-0706      2nd Look Books ........................ 535-6464
ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) ...         Inland Empire Blues Society .......... 534-1081        Sharman Communications ............ 327-3311
Auntie’s Bookstore ......... auntiesbooks.com          Inland NW Land Trust .. inlandnwlandtrust.org          Janice K. Simchuk, MS ................ 458-5889
Beacon Hill Events .................... 482-3556       The Inlander ........................... 325-0634      Spokane Allergy & Asthma Clinic ..... 747-1624
Berge Borrevik, CLU, NY Life ....... 626-4029          Interfaith Council ..................... 329-1410      Spokane Area Children’s Chorus .... 624-7992
Best Line Answering Service ......... 624-4146         Interplayers ........................... 455-PLAY      Spokane Arena .......................... 325-SEAT
Boden Mountain Architecture (Sandpoint) ....           Jim Custer Enterprises ..... custershows.com           Spokane British Brass Band .......... 466-5500
   .................................. (208)263-5072    Journal of Business ...... spokanejournal.com          Spokane Buddhist Temple ........................
Boo Radley’s ........................... 456-7479      Kauffman & Associates, Inc. ......... 747-4994            .................. spokanebuddhisttemple.org
C&H Foreign Auto Repair ............ 487-9683          Kirishian Oriental Rug Co. ........... 624-8084        Spokane Cardiology ................... 455-8820
Camera Corral (Cd’A) .......... 1-800-488-2460         Kootenai Medical Center ....... (208)666-2020          Spokane Chamber Music Assn. ....... 466-0592
Catered For You ...................... 624-9686        Kootenai Prosthetics & Orthotics ..............        Spokane Chamber of Commerce .... 363-2686
Cathedral & the Arts ................. 245-3107           .................................. (208)765-3080    Spokane Civic Theatre ............... 325-2507
Cd’A Summer Theatre ......... 1-800-4-CdA-Tix          Land Expressions LLC ................ 466-6683         Spokane Eye Clinic, Jeff Snow ....... 924-7271
CenterStage ............................ 74-STAGE      LeMaster & Daniels, CPA ............. 624-4315         Spokane Farmer’s Market ..... 2nd & Division
Century 21 Beutler & Assoc. .. (208)765-5554           Kathleen Leskis ........................ 990-3554      Spokane Movers ....................... 455-8211
Children's Corner Books & Toys and Whiz Kids           Lone Canary Winery ................. 534-9062          Spokane Music Teachers Assoc. ... 467-8147
   ........................................ 624-4820   Lundin’s Violins .................. (208)667-5542      Spokane Regional Health District .... shrd.org
Chocolate Apothecary ................ 324-2424         MAC Store .............................. 363-5356      Spokane Symphony .................... 624-1200
CIS Communities In Schools .......... ciswa.org        Madsen, Mitchell, Evenson and Conrad ........          Spokane Transit Authority ............ 328-RIDE
Clearwater Summit Group, Inc. .................           .................................. madmitch.com     Spokane Winery Association ......... 928-2788
   ................. clearwatersummitgroup.com         Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach                 Spokane Youth Symphony ............ 922-4246
Coeur d’Alene Dental Center .. (208)667-7461             Center ...................... mlkjspokane.com        The Spokesman-Review ............... 747-4422
Coeur d’Alene Symphony ... cdasymphony.org             McDirmid, Mikkelson & Secrest ..... 474-6154           Steven V. Silverstein, MD ............ 747-3005
Dr. David Cohen ....................... 484-5710       Methow Music Festival ......... (360)738-4342          Studio Cascade ........................ 835-3770
The Cold Doctor ................. (208)818-8300        Moloney, O’Neill, Corkery & Jones ..............       Thomas Hammer Coffee .............. 535-4806
Confluence Gallery ..... confluencegallery.com            .............................. moloneyoneill.com    Tin Man Art Works .................... 325-1500
Connoisseur Concerts ................ 924-1132         Mountain Dome Winery .............. 928-BRUT           Tomlinson Black Real Estate .... (800)735-2388
Contemporary Arts Alliance .......... 747-0079         Mountain Gear ......................... 325-9000       Unity Church ................. tryunitynow.com
Will Corell, M.D. ....................... 838-5800     National Transportation                                University of Idaho, Cd’A ...... (208)667-2588
Craven’s Coffee Co. ...... cravenscoffee.com           New Horizons Computer Learning Center .....            University of Washington ...... (888)622-3932
Dr. David Crow, Orthodontist 1-877-HEAL-TMJ               ........................................ 328-8077   Vino! A Wine Shop ..................... 838-1229
Ian Cunningham, Insurance ......... 891-1000           Newcomers Service of Spokane ..... 624-1661            Walgreens RXpress ................... 921-0659
D.A. Davidson & Co. .................. 456-8323        Nickel’s Worth Publications ..... 208-667-0651         Walt’s Mailing Service ................ 924-5939
Dan the Piano Man ...... danthepianoman.com            North Columbia Monthly ....... ncmonthly.com           Washington Dental Service ......................
Design Spike Inc. .............. designspike.com       North Idaho College ........... (208)769-3315             ............................ DeltaDentalWA.com
Diamond Storage & Park ‘N Jet ..... 747-9376           North Wall Schools ..... northwallschools.com          Washington State University ........ 355-3581
Diedrich Coffee Roasters ...... (208)263-1276          Northern Quest, a Kalispel Casino .. 242-7000          Washington Trust Bank ............... 353-BANK
Discovery School ........ discovery-school.org         Northside Family Practice ........... 489-9700         Weinhard Hotel .................. (509)382-4032
Doc-Side Medical Group of Sandpoint ..........         NW Museum of Arts & Culture ....... 456-3932           Lyle & Kathy Wendling
   .................................. (208)263-3111    Old Lantern District ............. Sandpoint, ID       West Coast Entertainment ........... 325-SEAT
Dutch’s Musical Instruments ........ 747-5284          Opera Plus! ..................... (208)664-2827        Whitworth College .................... 777-4350
Eagle Marine Supply ........... 1-866-763-1314         Pearson & Weary Pain Relief Clinic .. 927-8997         Wildflowers Florist & Gifts ........... 328-7703
Earthworks Recycling, Inc. .......... 534-1638         Pend D’Oreille Winery .......... (208)265-8545         William R. Duck Foundation
Eco Depot ..................... ecodepotinc.com        Pet Vittles .............................. 927-0675    Williams & Parsons, PC CPAs ... (208)265-5959
Ednetics ........................... ednetics.com      Peters & Sons .......................... 624-4151      Windermere Real Estate ...... 1-877-646-5744
Evergreen Realty, Sndpt. ..... 1-800-829-6370          Physicians Clinic of Spokane ......... 747-1144        The Wine Cellar (Cd’A) ......... (208)664-9463
Express Personnel Services .......... 747-6011         Piano Technicians Guild ............... 327-1145       City of Winthrop ............... 1-888-463-8469
Ferguson’s Cafe ....................... 325-3482       Planned Parenthood .................. 326-6292         WomanHealth .......................... 747-1055
Festival at Sandpoint .......... 1-888-265-4554        PTERA Wireless Internet ............. ptera.net        Wonders of the World ................ 328-6890
The Fig Tree newspaper .............. 329-1410         The Reclothery ........................ 624-9741       Worksource ..................... 1-888-434-4334
Garland Printing ....................... 327-5556      Renaissance Fitness for Women .... 838-5444            WSU Spokane .......................... 358-7530
GeoEngineers .......................... 363-3125       Rick Singer Photography ............. 838-3333         Zyzox ............................. (509)838-4102
SEP & OCT 2006                                   SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                                PAGE 3

SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO
Phone: 509.328.5729, 1.800.328.5729               FEEDBACK                          We welcome your questions and comments.
                                                                                    Please mail comments to the addresses at left.
Address: 2319 N. Monroe St.                      I’ve always been a big fan of our KPBX,    enjoyable, so gentle and so gracious.
         Spokane, WA 99205                     but I find myself spending more and more     What a treasure! And he does it here
Fax: 509.328.5764                              time with it and, now, KSFC too. I put on    every day!
Email: kpbx@kpbx.org                           my headphones at about 6:30 a.m. on             And I can’t say enough about that
Web Site: kpbx.org or ksfc.org                 Saturdays and Sundays and listen non-        broadcast trooper, Doug Nadvornick. I
                                               stop until dinner every weekend. I find so   can’t believe his schedule – I’ll hear him
                                               much comfort and enjoyment in the great      on All Things Considered one night and
                                               and balanced lineup on the weekend.          at 5 a.m. the next morning he’s filling in for
Listen to KPBX at:
                                               Michael Patoray, Rusy Nelson, Brian          Morning Edition. Does he have an
Bonners Ferry, ID KIBX 92.1 FM
                                               Lindsay, Jan Munstedt, and Leonard           apartment down there at the studio? He’s
Brewster, WA 91.9 FM
                                               Oakland are my constant companions and       always so upbeat, so tireless.
Coeur d’Alene, ID 91.9 FM
                                               guides and stress reducers during the           Come to think of it, I think that
Enterprise, OR 89.5 FM
                                               weekend. The features are wonderful too,     describes everyone I know or hear at
Grand Coulee, WA 91.9 FM
                                               and the scheduling of them, the transition   Spokane Public Radio – upbeat and
Kellogg, ID 91.9 FM
                                               from one kind of music show or thinking      tireless. What a fantastic resource and gift
Omak, WA 88.9 FM
                                               piece to the next so perfect.                we have living here in little ol’ Spokane.
Sandpoint, ID 101.7 FM                                                                      You folks are great and getting better
South Hill, Spokane, WA 90.7 FM
                                                 Recently I took a couple of days off
                                               during the week and had a great time         every listen. Thank you for being such an
Spokane, WA KPBX 91.1 FM                                                                    important and vital part of my life.
                                               doing the same kind of immersed listening
Tonasket, WA 91.9 FM                                                                           Spokane Valley resident
                                               from sunup to sundown. Verne was so
Twisp/Winthrop 91.9 FM
Listen to KSFC at
Spokane, WA 91.9 FM
                                                  Mark your calendars for these SPR Events
                                                  Oct. 7 (Saturday): The KPBX Kids’ Concert features
      SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO                        members of the Spokane Youth Symphony
        MISSION STATEMENT                         performing Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, narrated by
                                                  Patrick Treadway, at 1 p.m. in River Park Square,
The mission of KPBX and KSFC is to                808 W. Main St. in Downtown Spokane. Free!
provide high-quality artistic, educational,
and informational programming which                                           Oct. 11 (Wednesday): KSFC holds an Election
enhances and enlivens the cultural life                                       Forum with Washington State Senate and Spokane
and civic discourse of its listening                                          County Commissioner candidates, at the Met, 901
communities.                                                                  W. Sprague in Downtown Spokane, from 6:30-8:30
                                                                              p.m. Audience questions encouraged. Free!
                                                  Nov. 4 (Saturday): KPBX broadcasts live from The
      PROGRAM GUIDE STAFF                         Fall Folk Festival at Spokane Community College
Editor ................... Janean Jorgensen       from 12-2 p.m. Carlos Alden hosts music and
Printing .................. Garland Printing      conversation with many artists performing at the
Printing Consultant ........... David Sams        two-day event. Join the audience! Free!
Advertising Sales ......... Kathy Sackett,
    Nancy Roth and Ann Torigoe-Hawkins                                        Nov. 18 (Saturday): The KPBX Kids’ Concert
Mailing . Walt’s Mailing Service & Presort                                    features a Steel Guitar Showcase with members
THE PROGRAM GUIDE Vol. 26 No. 5 is a
                                                                              of the Northwest Steel Guitar Association at the
bimonthly publication, published as a                                         Met, 901 W. Sprague, starting at 1 p.m. Free!
service of Spokane Public Radio to its
registered listeners.
                                                  Dec. 4 (Monday): SPR Open House and
                                                  Community Advisory Meeting. Come to the studios
                                                  at 2319 N. Monroe St. just north of Downtown
Spokane Public Radio Grantors                     Spokane and enjoy tours, refreshments, and
•   Corporation for Public Broadcasting           conversation, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Free!
•   Joel E. Ferris Foundation
                                                                              Dec. 16 (Saturday): The KPBX Kids’ Concert
•   Foundation Northwest
                                                                              features a Holiday Hits concert with Steve
•   Johnston-Fix Foundation
•   Johnston-Hanson Foundation
                                                                              Simmons, Linda Parman, and Steve Sackett at
•   Margaret W. Reed Foundation                                               Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave in Downtown
•   Sahlin Foundation                                                         Spokane, starting at 1 p.m. Free!
•   Wasmer Foundation
PAGE 4                                          SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                    SEP & OCT 2006


                                                                Fall Renewal Campaign:
                                                                Great reasons to pledge
                                                                  Leaves are turning from green to gold, which signals another Fall
                                                                Membership Campaign is underway. KPBX and KSFC are encouraging
                                                                members to renew now, with special incentive drawings held on
                                                                Aug. 31 and Sept. 29.
                                                                  Why do we want you to renew early? Simple: we don’t like to
                                                                interrupt the programs you listen to with long on-air pledge breaks. A
                                                                vigorous early renewal program is what made it possible for SPR to go
                                                                from two annual 28 day pledge drives to two seven-day drives each
                                                                year. It allows us to concentrate on getting new members during that
                                                                time to share the responsibility of keeping public radio strong.
                                                                  The goal for Fall 2006 is $370,000. If we waited until the end of
                                                                October to start raising that, the drive would end just in time for the
                                                                spring drive to start! Our aim is to have more than $220,000 raised
                                                                prior to October 26. As an extra incentive, The Kongsgaard-Goldman
                                                                Foundation has offered a $4,000 Early Renewal Challenge for 2250
                                                                pledges.
                                                                  What’s in it for you?
                                                                  Anyone renewing by Aug. 31 will be entered into a drawing for a
                                                                pair of tickets to see A Prairie Home Companion’s live broadcast from
                                                                Washington State University in Pullman on Oct. 7, with tickets
                                                                donated by Northwest Public Radio. Everyone pledging in time for
                                                                that drawing is also entered in every subsequent fall 2006 membership
                                                                drawing.
                                                                  Anyone renewing by Sept. 29 is entered into a drawing for a special
                                                                Sandpoint package, featuring:
                                                                  ·     an overnight stay at the Sleeps Cabins at Lake Pend d’Oreille a
                                                                        few minutes from Sandpoint
                                                                  ·     a lake cruise for two from Lake Pend Oreillle Cruises
                                                                  ·     a round of golf for two including cart and range balls at
                                                                        Stoneridge in Blanchard, ID
         Top: Norvel Trosst models the 2006 Spokane Public        ·     a bottle of wine from Pend d’Oreille Winery in Sandpoint.
         Radio long-sleeve T-shirt The front features a small
                                                                  As always, everyone who renews now is entered into every
         SPR logo in white, with the call letters and main
         frequency on back with “Listener Supported.”
                                                                subsequent drawing during the fall campaign. Anyone who becomes a
         Below: The white SPR water bottle features the         sustaining member is entered into every future drawing, fall and
         same elements as the t-shirt, but in black writing.    spring! Learn more about sustaining memberships on the following
                                                                page.
                                                                  At different membership levels, you’re eligible to receive one or
                                                                more thank-you gifts, or premiums. With a $75 minimum gift, you may
                                                                receive the Spokane Public Radio water bottle, a white bottle
                                                                decorated the SPR logo, call letters and main frequencies for KPBX
                                                                and KSFC. With a $140 minimum gift, you may receive a black long-
                                                                sleeve T-shirt with the SPR logo on the front, and the KPBX and KSFC
                                                                frequencies on the back. A $200 minimum gift enables you to receive
                                                                both items.
                                                                  All early renewals of $45 or more can include a one-year
                                                                subscription to Newsweek magazine, to begin February 2007.
                                                                  If you are not up for renewal this fall and are not a sustaining
                                                                member, you can still support the early renewal campaign with an
                                                                additional gift. Every dollar makes a difference. For your convenience,
                                                                a gift form is located inside the back cover of this program guide.
                                                                  You do not need to pledge to be entered into any drawing. Send a
                                                                postcard marked “Drawings” with your name, address and telephone
                                                                number to 2319 N Monroe St, Spokane, WA 99205.
SEP & OCT 2006                                  SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                           PAGE 5


Sustaining Members make a big difference to SPR
   You may have heard SPR’s invitation to     notices and monthly pledge statements.
“become a sustaining member.” It’s a nice     We also spent more than $5,800 printing     “If we could make more
title, but what does it mean?                 forms, envelopes, and return envelopes.     monthly credit card users
   “Sustaining members make an ongoing        Sustaining members don’t need notices or    become sustaining members,
monthly commitment to public radio            postage because it’s all done
                                                                                          the savings to the station
through electronic funds transfer (EFT),”     automatically.
says Business Manager Linda Stowe.              EFT also puts your entire donation into   would be amazing!”
“They help us maintain a strong and           your public radio. Credit card payments                         - Linda Yates,
reliable cash flow. They make it easier for   require merchant fees – an expense that                     Financial Assistant
the membership department to focus on         adds up. Financial Assistant Linda Yates
adding new members during the on-air          was surprised at how much goes toward       day of each month, and appear on your
drives, and let the station staff focus on    fees. “If we could make more monthly        monthly bank statements. If you decide to
what we’re here to do – make great radio.”    credit card users become sustaining         cancel, we only need three days notice.
   Sustaining members also save SPR           members, the savings to the station would      Sustaining members get every benefit of
money. In fiscal year 2005-06, we spent       be amazing,” she says.                      membership: discounted tickets for all SPR
more than $7,000 on postage for renewal         Donors control how much is given to       events and the bimonthly program guide.
                                              SPR. An electronic funds transfer can be    Your support will still count towards the
                                              as little as $3.75 per month – the amount   early renewal challenges, and you are
  KPBX enhances and                                                                       automatically entered into all of the
                                              of a basic membership – or as much as
  enlivens the cultural life                                                              drawings for both the fall and spring
                                              $200 per month. You choose the amount.
  and civic discourse of                                                                  membership campaigns.
                                                To get started, SPR needs a voided
  your community.                                                                            Join the Sustaining Members. Call Mary
                                              check from the account you want the
  Consider including Spokane                                                              Cravens to set up your electronic funds
                                              electronic fund transfers to come from.
  Public Radio in your estate plans.          Automatic deductions are taken the fifth    transfer at 328-5729 or 1-800-328-5729.
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The entire Spokane Youth Orchestra, the senior group of the Spokane Youth Symphony, poses last spring. Only the
string section will be performing in the Vivaldi Four Seasons Kids’ Concert on Oct. 7 at River Park Square.

Spokane Youth Orchestra celebrates the seasons Oct. 7
   Celebrate fall with a concert of “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi,    artist several times, including the Bachfest KPBX Kids’ Concert
performed by the strings of the Spokane Youth Orchestra at the        in early 2003. Patrick’s unique stamp is on every type of media:
Oct. 7 KPBX Kids’ Concert, 1 p.m. in the atrium of River Park         films, television shows, book readings, commercials, even video
Square, 808 W. Main Street in Downtown Spokane.                       games. He has worked with every major theatrical group in town,
   The Youth Orchestra is the senior orchestral group of the          most recently directing the “Greater Tuna” shows for ARt. Patrick
Spokane Youth Symphony. Standout string musicians from the            played the character of Vivaldi in last December’s concert of the
junior orchestras will also have featured solos.                      SYO and Spokane Children’s Chorus.
   Verne Windham, KPBX Program Director                                                         “Some of us already know him as
and Morning Classical Music host, is the          Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons”                    Vivaldi,” Verne says. “Knowing Patrick,
conductor of the SYO. He says October is          will be performed at the there’ll be some wild and crazy
the perfect month for this kind of project.
“It’s a time of seasonal transition; people
                                                                                              improvisation.
                                                  free KPBX Kids’ Concert in the past, andWe’ve worked together for
                                                                                                              we know there’s room
                                                                                                                                      well

think more about the weather calendar as          Oct. 7 at River Park Square that freedom and creativity.”
the leaves fall and the days get shorter. It’s    in Downtown Spokane                           Jason Moody, an alumni of the SYO well
a good time to think about the interaction        starting at 1 p.m.                          on his way to a professional violin career,
between music and the world.”                                                                 acts as musical director for this
   Called “Le quattro stagioni” in Vivaldi’s native Italian, the work performance. Verne has asked him to teach the performers about
is one of the most popular pieces of classical music. Each season the different musical styles involved with this interpretation.
has three movements – a slower movement between two faster               “It’s one of the most recorded pieces in history, there are so
ones. The texture of each concerto reflects the season it’s named     many ways to approach it: very romantic to very literal, and
for; for example, “Winter” is dark and somber. The instruments        everything in between. You can sound exactly like a cuckoo, or
create sounds ranging from rain to cold winds, buzzing flies to       more stylized. We hope to demonstrate a little bit of all of those
dancing peasants.                                                     styles throughout the piece. It’s a valuable learning experience
   To give an audience a clear picture of what he was creating        for the performers.”
with music, Vivaldi also wrote four descriptive sonnets detailing        Verne says he would like it to be educational for the audience
his musical vision detail by detail. The sonnets and musical          as well, but each person can enjoy the music in his or her unique
movements are generally performed together, with the poems            way. “They could be reminded of what the composer intends – a
read either before or during the movements.                           bird singing or someone slipping on the ice – or they can hear
   For the KPBX Kids’ Concert, Patrick Treadway will perform the their own story in the music, or they can let the piece simply be
sonnets. The SYO has teamed with the multi-talented actor and         the delightful sound that it is.”
SEP & OCT 2006                                SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                           PAGE 7

   Most of the students of the SYO are high school students who
have had years of private study and have showcased their          Double your gift to SPR with
talents in Musicfest Northwest or other competitions. Some of
the SYO members are also in chamber groups and the Theatre
                                                                  a match from your employer
Orchestra of the SYS. The website at                              SPR continues its early renewal campaign with a goal of 2250
spokaneyouthsymphony.org explains the ways it provides            pledges before Oct. 26. If we can do it, the Kongsgaard-
                                                                  Goldman Foundation will give SPR $4000, and we’ll be in a good
students with group performance opportunities.                    starting position for the on-air pledge drive. Your employer
   To get kids thinking about the seasons even more, Mobius has   may have a matching gift program, as do the companies listed
created a four seasons tree where kids can make things            below. Check with your Human Resources department.
representative of fall, winter, summer, and spring.
                                                                       American Express          Honeywell Inc.
   The Fall KPBX Kids’ Concerts are underwritten by Spokane            AT&T                      IBM
Cardiology, Windermere Real Estate, and Auntie’s Bookstore.            Bank of America           IDS Financial Services
                                                                       BP Amoco                  ING Foundation
                                                                       Burlington Northern       Johnson Controls
                                                                       Cedar Street Electric     Marsh Advantage America
                     Actor Patrick                                     Chevron                   Merck
                     Treadway (left),                                  Citigroup                 Microsoft
                     who will read                                                               Monsanto
                                                                       Coca Cola
                     the “Four
                                                                       Contractors Bonding &     National Instruments
                     Seasons”
                                                                         Insurance Co.           Pfizer, Inc.
                     sonnets at the
                     Oct. 7 concert,                                   CPC International         Pitney Bowes
                     bears a                                           Dow AgroSciences          Prudential Foundation
                     resemblance to                                    Ecolab                    Qwest
                     composer                                          Express Personnel         Safeco Insurance
                     Antonio Vivaldi                                     Services                US Bankcorps
                     (right)                                           Exxon Mobil               Washington Mutual




   Join the audience at KPBX’s live broadcast from the 2006
   FALL FOLK FESTIVAL
    Nov. 4, 12-2p
    at Spokane
    Community College




 The Free Fall Folk Festival Nov. 4-5 is presented
 by Spokane Folklore Society. A performers
 showcase is broadcast live on KPBX. Your
 presence in the audience adds so much to this
 great event! See you Nov. 4 at Spokane
 Community College, at 1810 North Greene Street.
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                                                 11:58 a.m. Earth and Sky - science minute           Sep 18   Spokane Symphony Orchestra
         M O N DAYS                                         with Deborah Byrd, Joel Block                     “From Russia with Love”
                                                                                                              Eckart Preu, conductor
                                                 Noon      Living on Earth - environmental                    Terrence
                                                           magazine with Steve Curwood                        Wilson,
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                                                                                  piano
                                                 1:00 p.m. Fresh Air - Terry Gross’s interviews               Glazunov:
5:00 a.m. Morning Edition -- NPR news                      figures in the arts, pop culture, and              Raymonda
          magazine, with in-depth reports,                 current events                                     Suite
          features, and commentary hosted                                                                     Khachaturian:
          nationally by Steve Inskeep and        2:00 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of                        Concerto for
          Renee Montagne, locally by Steve                 regional cultural events; to submit                Piano
          Jackson                                          information, fax to 328-5764                       Tchaikovsky:
:19 a.m    Arts Calendar every hour                                                                           Symphony No. 6, “Pathetique”
 7:35 a.m. The Home Planet - family columns by   2:05 p.m. Performance Today - classical             Sep 25   Seattle Symphony Orchestra
           Cheryl Ann Millsap every other week             music magazine from NPR hosted by                  Gerard Schwarz, conductor
                                                           Fred Child                                         Andreas Haefliger, piano
9:00 a.m. Writer’s Almanac                                                                                    Beethoven: Piano Concerto No 4 in G
          with Garrison Keillor                  4:00 p.m. Marketplace - international                        Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 in E
                                                           business and financial topics, hosted              D. Diamond: Rounds for String
9:05 a.m. Classical Music                                  by Kai Rysdall                                     Orchestra
          with Verne Windham                                                                         Oct 2    Seattle Symphony Orchestra
                                                 4:30 p.m. All Things Considered - an                         Gerard Schwarz, conductor
11:00 a.m. The World of Robert                             NPR news magazine, with in-depth                   Stefan Jackiw, violin
          Schumann                                         reports, features, and commentary                  Seattle Symphony Chorale
                                                           hosted nationally by Melissa Block,                Samuel Jones: The Seas of God
Oct 2     The Romantic Apprenticeship: Student             Michelle Norris, and Robert Siegel,
          Days, 1810-1830                                                                                     Saint-Saëns: Violin Concerto No. 3
                                                           hosted regionally by Tom Bacon                     Satie: Trois Gymnopédies
Oct 10    Florestan And Eusebius: A Case
                                                                                                              Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suites 1, 2
          Study In Dual Personality              6:29 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of Inland                 Schumann: Symphony No. 10,
Oct 17    The Courtship Of Robert Schumann                 Northwest cultural events                          American Muse
          And Clara Wieck, 1935-1840
                                                 6:30 p.m. The Bookshelf — SPR’s own                 Oct 9    Spokane Symphony Orchestra:
Oct 24    Carnival: A Dance Of Masks                                                                          “Brahms Blast”
                                                           series of book readings
Oct 31    Love And Marriage: Art, Career And                                                                  Eckart Preu, conductor
          Family In The Schumann Houselhod,      Sep 4     “Riki Tiki Tavi”: Janean Jorgensen                 Jennifer Frautschi, violin
          1840-1850                                        reads the story of the brave                       Arnaldo Cohen, piano
                                                           mongoose from Rudyard Kipling’s                    Webern: Langsamer Satz
                                                           The Jungle Book                                    Brahms: Concerto for Violin
      For more about                             Sep 5     The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig                  Brahms: Concerto for Piano No. 1
   The World of Robert                                     Tom Bacon reads this story set in the     Oct 16   Spokane String Quartet (10/8/06)
                                                           Montana of the early 1900s, how a                  Julie Ayer, violinist
  Schumann, see page 20                                    housekeeper and her brother change
                                                           the lives of students in a homesteading   Oct 23   Spokane Symphony Orchestra:
                                                           community’s one-room schoolhouse                   “Thoughts on
                                                                                                              Other Worlds”
                                                 Oct 30 Pre-empted for All Things Considered                  Eckart Preu,
                                                                                                              conductor
                                                 7:00 p.m. Concert of the Week                                Frank
                                                 Sep 4     Seattle Symphony Orchestra                         Hernandez,
                                                           Gerard Schwarz, conductor                          baritone
                                                           Pinchas Zukerman, violin                           Brahms:
                                                           D. Schiff: Canzona (World Premiere)                Requiem
                                                           Brahms: Violin Concerto                   Oct 30   Spokane Jazz Orchestra
                                                 Sep 11 Seattle Symphony Orchestra                            “Rhapsody In Blue” (5/5/06)
                                                            Gerard Schwarz, conductor                         Charlotte Carruthers, jazz vocalist
                                                           Sarah Coburn, soprano; Carolyn                     The many songs of America’s greatest
                                                           Kahl, soprano; Russell Thomas,                     song writer, George Gershwin
                                                           tenor; Clayton Brainerd, bass; Seattle
                                                           Symphony Chorale                          9:00 p.m. This American Life
                                                           R. Strauss: Quartet and Finale from                 Describing and documenting
                                                           Mozart’s Idomeneo                                   contemporary America, hosted by Ira
                                                           Tchaikovsky: Suite No. 4 in G,                      Glass (Repeats Fridays at Noon)
                                                           Mozartiana
                                                           Mozart: Mass in c                         10:00 p.m. Jazz ‘Til Midnight
                                                                                                                with Jan Munstedt
SEP & OCT 2006                                          SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                                         PAGE 9

                                                      2:05 p.m. Performance Today                        Sep 19   Daniel Harding, conductor
          T U E S DAY S                               4:00 p.m. Marketplace
                                                                                                                  Mahler Chamber Orchestra
                                                                                                                  Emmanuel Pahud, flute
                                                                                                                  Bach/Webern: Ricercare from The
                                                      4:30 p.m. All Things Considered                             Musical Offering “Mathias Pintscher:”
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                                                                                      Transir for Flute and Chamber
                                                      6:29 p.m. The Arts Calendar                                 Orchestra
5:00 a.m. Morning Edition                                                                                         Schubert: Symphony No. 9 in C
:19 a.m    Arts Calendar every hour                   6:30 p.m. The Bookshelf — SPR’s own                Sep 26   Dvoøák: Intermezzo in B for String
                                                                series of book readings                           Quintet
9:00 a.m. Writer’s Almanac                            Sep 5     The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig                 Klughardt: String Quintet in g, Op. 62
          with Garrison Keillor                                 Tom Bacon reads                                   R. Strauss: Sextet from Capriccio
                                                                                                                  R. Strauss: Metamorphosen
                                                      Oct 31 Capitol Steps: Politics Takes a
9:05 a.m. Classical Music                                       Holiday - Half-hour version of the
          with Verne Windham                                    political satire from the scarier
                                                                                                                  Vox Humana
                                                                                                                  Vocal classical music with Bill Roesch
                                                                Washington. A one-hour special of the
11:00 a.m. Ragtime to the Max — Max                                                                               and Jim Tevenan
                                                                Capitol Steps airs at noon
           Morath explores the art of the Rag                                                            Oct 3    Fresh and Local: recent performances
Sep 5 “Ragtime East: - Ragtime developed              7:00 p.m. Harmonia - early music with Angela                from local choirs, along with their plans
           somewhat independently on the East                   Mariani                                           for this season, with host Jim Tevenan
           Coast and in the Mississippi Valley        Sep 5     The Harmonia Gourmet: In days gone       Oct 10   Birthday Boys and Girls: music from
Sep 12 “Ragtime West” - Ragtime in the West                     by, dinner music could be a matter of             composers with notable birth
           was centered in Chicago and St.                      life and death                                    anniversaries this year (other than
           Louis                                                                                                  Mozart) with Jim Tevenan
                                                      Sep 12 Make Peace Not War: Music for 17th
Sep 19 Goodbye Ragtime, Hello Jazz - the                        and 18th-century European political      Oct 17   Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, a Celebration
           forces which transformed Ragtime to                  unions, peace treaties, and other                 Part 1: The Opera House; examining
           quaintness and neglect by 1920                       cessations of hostility                           the legacy of the legendary but
Sep 26 Ragtime Here and Now - “New” rags,                                                                         controversial soprano with Bill Roesch
                                                      Sep 19 Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber was
           including pianist Scott Kirby                        among the finest composers of the late   Oct 24   Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, a Celebration
                                                                17th century                                      Part 2: The Recital Hall hosted by Bill
           The Piano Bench — Music and                                                                            Roesch
                                                      Sep 26 New World Dances: The most popular
           discussion with visiting pianists                    17th-century music that came from the    Oct 31   SPECIAL PROGRAMMING
                                                                Latin New World to Europe was                     Halloween Festival hosted by Jim
11:58 a.m. Earth and Sky                                        usually based on dance types                      Tevenan

Noon       Public Affairs Forums                      Oct 3     Finalists: Early Music America
                                                                                                         9:00 p.m. Lucerne Music Festival pt 2
           KPBX chooses one of the week’s most                  Medieval-Renaissance Competition
                                                                                                                   See listings at 8:00 p.m.
           interesting national public forums; in     Oct 10 In the Baroque Era, a person of high
           support of our mission to encourage                  profile would be honored at their                 Chamber Music Society of
           public discourse, we choose a variety                funeral with music especially                     Lincoln Center
           of viewpoints to air, views expressed                composed in their honor
           do not necessarily reflect those of SPR                                                       Oct 3    Poulenc: Cello Sonata
                                                      Oct 17 Halloween Program                                    Debussy: Cello Sonata in d
Oct 17     KSFC Election Forum: Spokane               Oct 24 Baroque composers dedicated                          Franck: Cello Sonata in a
           County Commission District 3                         a composition to people who had
           The winners of the Sept. 19 primary                                                           Oct 10   Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola,Harp
                                                                something they wanted                             Franck: Piano Quintet in f
           answer audience questions from             Oct 31 SPECIAL PROGRAMMING
           Oct. 11; see page 6 for details                                                               Oct 17   Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano
                                                                Halloween Festival hosted by Jim                  Ligeti: Etude for Piano No. 4,
Oct 24     KSFC Election Forum: Washington                      Tevenan
           State Senate District 6                                                                                “Fanfares;” Etude for Piano, No. 1,
           Incumbant Brad Benson and                                                                              “Desordre;” Etude for Piano, No, 6,
                                                      8:00 p.m. Lucerne Music Festival                            “Automne à Varsovie;” Trio for Violin,
           challenger Chris Maar answer                         music performances from 8-10 p.m.
           audience questions from Oct. 11; see                                                                   Horn and Piano, “Hommage à
                                                      Sep 5 Claudio Abbado, conductor                             Brahms;” Hamburg Concerto for Horn
           page 6 for details                                   Thomas Quasthoff, baritone                        and Strings
Oct 31     Capitol Steps: Politics Takes a Holiday              Martin: Six Monologues from
           The political satirists from the “other”                                                      Oct 24   Duruflé: Prelude, Recitative and
                                                                Everyman after Hugo v. Hofmannsthal               Variations for Flute, Viola and Piano
           Washington make fun of everything                    (1943)
           A special hour-long show including                                                                     Loeffler: Two Rhapsodies for Oboe,
                                                                Mahler: Symphony No. 6 in a,                      Viola and Piano
           selections from past Capitol Steps CDs               “Tragic”
                                                                                                         Oct 31   Brahms: Piano Quartet in a
                                                      Sep 12 Bruckner: String Quintet in F
1:00 p.m. Fresh Air                                             Brahms: Two Songs for Mezzo-             10:00 p.m. Jazz ‘Til Midnight
                                                                soprano, Viola and Piano                            with Brian Flick
2:00 p.m. The Arts Calendar                                     Brahms: String Sextet No. 1 in B-Flat
                                                                                                         Oct 31 Spooky Tunes
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                                                    7:00 p.m. World of Opera                             Oct 18    Mussorgsky: Boris Godunov
   W E D N E S DA Y S                               Sep 6     Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito
                                                              Washington National Opera
                                                                                                                   Houston Grand Opera
                                                                                                                   Tugan Sokhiev, conductor
                                                              Heinz Fricke, conductor                              Renowned bass Samuel Ramey does
                                                              The Magic Flute is often credited as                 a star turn as Mussorgsky’s tormented
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                                  “Mozart’s final opera,” but his last                 monarch in a lush new production
                                                              composed opera is mature Mozart at         Oct 25    To be announced
5:00 a.m. Morning Edition                                     its finest, shot through with startling    Nov 1     Donizetti: Don Pasquale
:19 a.m    Arts Calendar every hour                           innovations and stunning beauty                      Houston Grand Opera
 7:35 a.m. Raw Bytes with computer programmer       Sep 13 Placido Domingo “Trilogy”                               Patrick Summers, conductor
           Frank Delaney (right)                              Giordano: Fedora (Act II);                           Donizetti scarcely put a note wrong in
                                                              Verdi: Otello (Act IV);                              this comic masterpiece
9:00 a.m. Writer’s Almanac                                    Lehar: The Merry Widow (Act III)
          with Garrison Keillor                               Washington National Opera                  10:00 p.m. Marian McPartland’s Piano
                                                              Eugene                                                Jazz - performance and conversation
9:05 a.m. Classical Music                                     Kohn,                                                 with “the queen of jazz piano” and
          with Verne Windham                                  Heinz                                                 guest
                                                              Fricke,                                    Sep 6      Grammy winning singer/pianist Norah
11:00 a.m. Wednesday Matinee — Songs                          Eugene                                                Jones with McPartland at the 2003
           and music from musicals and movies                 Kohn                                                  Tanglewood Jazz Festival
Sep 13 Spokane Theatre Fall Preview                           conductors                                 Sep 13 Piano prodigy Taylor Eigsti with
                                                              This                                                  McPartland at the 2004 Tanglewood
Sep 20 Gene Kelly
                                                              special                                               Jazz Festival
                                                              trilogy is a
11:58 a.m. Earth and Sky - science minute                     showcase                                   Sep 20 Grammy winning vocalist Linda
           with Deborah Byrd, Joel Block                      for the                                               Ronstadt with McPartland perform
                                                              legendary                                             American standards in Worcester,
Noon      Zorba Paster on Your Health -                       talents of the Washington National                    Massachusetts
          Zorba Paster, MD and Tom Clark on                   Opera’s music director, tenor Placido      Sep 27 The musical mind of Jon Weber
          health, fitness and diet                            Domingo (pictured above); his              Oct 4      On break from the Rolling Stones
                                                              unmistakeable voice illuminates acts                  World tour, drummer Charlie Watts
1:00 p.m. Fresh Air - Terry Gross’s interviews                from three very different operas, and                 and saxophonist Tim Ries
          figures in the arts, pop culture, and               Domingo’s portrayal of the title
          current events                                      character in Verdi’s incomparable          Oct 11 Incomparable pianist Keith Jarrett, one
                                                              Otello is a performance for the ages                  of the most creative and distinctive
2:00 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of                                                                               players of our time
                                                    Sep 20 Donizetti: The Elixir of Love
          regional cultural events; to submit                 Washington National Opera                  Oct 18 Pianist/composer/arranger Billy Childs
          information, fax to 328-5764                        Emmanuel Villaume, conductor                          blends elements of classical music with
                                                              The music in this comic romp is some                  jazz to create “chamber jazz”
2:05 p.m. Performance Today - classical                       of Donizetti’s finest, and takes the       Oct 25 Pianist Robin Meloy Goldsby talks
          music magazine from NPR hosted by                   opera beyond the world of farce to a                  about her piano bar memoir
          Fred Child; regular features include                place where simple confidence can          Nov 1      Remembering pianist/composer Hilton
          the Piano Puzzler at 2:30p                          lead to life-changing revelations                     Ruiz
4:00 p.m. Marketplace - international               Sep 27 Verdi: I Vespri Siciliani
                                                              Washington National Opera                  11:00 p.m. Jazz at Lincoln Center
          business and financial topics, hosted
          by Kai Rysdall                                      Placido Domingo, conductor                 Sep 6      Los Angeles-based crooner Bill
                                                              This piece may be one reason some                     Henderson, whimsical and irreverent
4:30 p.m. All Things Considered                               people think the opera’s not over until               René Marie
                                                              all the characters are dead
                                                                                                         Sep 13 Explosive drummer Jeff “Tain” Watts
6:29 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of Inland        Oct 4     Rossini: L’Italiana in Algeri                         shows off his big vibrant band
          Northwest cultural events                           Washington National Opera
                                                                                                         Sep 20 Mary Lou Williams tribute
                                                              Riccardo Frizza, conductor
6:30 p.m. The Bookshelf — SPR’s own                           A brilliant score more than makes up       Sep 27 Louis Hayes Quintet
          series of book readings; listings at                for the silly plot and extreme political   Oct 4      Small ensembles of the LCJO with
          kpbx.org                                            incorrectness                                         guest pianists Marc Cary and
Sep 5     The Whistling Season by Ivan Doig         Oct 11 Wagner: Das Rheingold                                    Mulgrew Miller
          Tom Bacon reads this story set in the               Washington National Opera                  Oct 11 Pianist Randy Weston and his African
          Montana of the early 1900s, how a                   Heinz Fricke, conductor                               Rhythms Orchestra
          housekeeper and her brother change                  Washington National Opera’s the first      Oct 18 Piano virtuosos Hilton Ruiz and Cesar
          the lives of students in a homesteading             installment in its striking new                       Camargo
          community’s one-room schoolhouse                    production of Wagner’s Ring of the
                                                              Nibelungen                                 Oct 25 Bill Charlap Trio
SEP & OCT 2006                                        SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                                    PAGE 11

                                                    7:00 p.m. The Record Shelf - music                         Philharmonia Singers;
     T H U R S DAYS                                           appreciation with Jim Svejda                     Maxim Vengerov, violin
                                                                                                               Schoenberg: “Verklärte Nacht,” Op. 4
                                                    8:00 p.m Cleveland Orchestra                               Zeisl: “Requiem Ebraico”
                                                             Franz Welser-Moest, conductor                     Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                        Sep 7 Andreas Zimmerman, narrator                Nov 2     Pinchas Zukerman, violin;
                                                             Schoenberg: “Kol Nidre”                           PercaDu, marimba and percussion
5:00 a.m. Morning Edition                                    Bruckner: Symphony No. 5 in B-flat                Avner Dorman: “Spices, Perfumes,
:19 a.m   Arts Calendar every hour                  Sep 14 Malin Hartelius, soprano;                           Toxins!” (IPO Premiere)
8:35 a.m. Theatre Review with Pacific Northwest              Bernarda Fink, mezzo-soprano;                     Bach: Prelude from Suite No. 2 for
          Inlander critic Michael Bowen                      Christoph Strehl, tenor (Evangelist);             Orchestra
                                                             James Taylor, tenor;                              M. Miki: Marimba Spiritual II (IPO
9:00 a.m. Writer’s Almanac                                   Christian Gerhaher, baritone                      Premiere)
          with Garrison Keillor                              (Christus); Olaf Baer, bass                       A. Koppel: Toccata for Vibraphone
                                                             Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and                    and Marimba (IPO Premiere)
9:05 a.m. Classical Music                                    Children’s Chorus                                 Elgar: Violin Concerto in b, Op. 61
          with Verne Windham                                 Bach: “St. Matthew Passion”
                                                    Sep 21 Karita Mattila, soprano                   10:00 p.m. Jazz Profiles with Nancy Wilson
11:00 a.m. The Guitar Hour - with classical/                                                                                  Sep 7
                                                             Mozart: Symphony No. 38 in D,
           jazz guitarist Leon Atkinson                                                                                       Duke Ellington VIII: On
                                                             “Prague”
                                                             Saariaho: “Quatre Instants”                                      Film & On Stage
11:58 a.m. Earth and Sky - science minute
           with Deborah Byrd, Joel Block            Sep 28 Thomas Quasthoff, bass-baritone;                                   Sep 14
                                                             Twyla Robinson, soprano;                                         Duke Ellington IX: The
Noon      Public Affairs Forums                              Simon Keenlyside, baritone;                                      Pianist
          KPBX chooses one of the week’s most                Luciana D Intino, mezzo-soprano;                                 Sep 21
          interesting national public forums; in             Cleveland Orchestra Chorus                                       Duke Ellington X: The
          support of our mission to encourage                Verdi: “Falstaff”                                                Legacy & Influence
          public discourse, we choose a variety               Israel Philharmonic                    Sep 28 Singer, songwriter, and pianist Andy
          of viewpoints to air, views expressed     Oct 5     Herbert                                           Bey
          do not necessarily reflect those of SPR             Blomstedt,                             Oct 5      Vibes master Bobby Hutcherson
                                                              conductor                              Oct 12 The “plunk” or “thunk” of a single
1:00 p.m. Fresh Air - Terry Gross’s interviews                Joshua Bell,
          figures in the arts, pop culture, and                                                                 chord makes the piano and
                                                              violin                                            compositions of Thelonius Monk
          current events                                      Mozart:                                           unmistakable
                                                              Symphony
2:00 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of                         No. 35 in D,                           Oct 19 Grammy Award-winning singer and
          regional cultural events; to submit                 “Haffner”                                         pianist Shirley Horn specialized in
          information, fax to 328-5764                        Glazunov:                                         love songs
                                                              Violin                                 Oct 26 To be announced
2:05 p.m. Performance Today - classical                       Concerto in a
          music magazine from NPR hosted by                   Dvorak:                                11:00 p.m. JazzSet
          Fred Child                                          Symphony No. 8 in G                    Sep 7      When the Spirits Dance Mambo with
                                                    Oct 12    Christoph von Dohnanyi, conductor                 Paquito D’Rivera @ NJPAC, Newark
4:00 p.m. Marketplace - international
                                                              Boris Giltburg, piano                  Sep 14 Omar Sosa @ Zankel Hall at
          business and financial topics, hosted
                                                              Bartók: Divertimento for Orchestra                Carnegie Hall
          by Kai Rysdall
                                                              Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 2
                                                              in B-Flat, Op. 19                      Sep 21 Maria Schneider Orchestra in the
4:30 p.m. All Things Considered                               Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6 in b,                 Berkshires
                                                              Op. 74, “Pathétique”                   Sep 28 Kennedy Center Jazz
6:29 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of Inland
          Northwest cultural events                 Oct 19    Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos,conductor    Oct 5      Joe Lovano Quartet @ Sanders
                                                              Fazil Say, piano                                  Theatre, Harvard University
6:30 p.m. The Bookshelf                                       Schumann: Symphony No. 3               Oct 12 Jon Faddis Quartet @ the Jazz
                                                              in E-Flat, Op. 97, “Rhenish”                      Standard in New York
Sep 5     The Whistling                                       Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a
          Season by                                                                                  Oct 19 Jeff Hamilton Trio from Los Angeles @
                                                              Theme by Paganini                                 Gilmore Keyboard Festival,
          Ivan Doig                                           Stravinsky: Firebird Suite (1919)
          Tom Bacon                                                                                             Kalamazoo
          reads this story                          Oct 26    Zubin Mehta, conductor                 Oct 26 Feet Don’t Fail Me Now! Dirty Dozen
          set in the                                          Sharon Rostoff, soprano;                          Brass Band @ Sheldon Concert Hall,
          Montana of the                                      Bracha Kol, contralto;                            St. Louis
          early 1900s                                         David Bizic, baritone;
                                                                                                     Nov 2      Kennedy Center Jazz: Christian
Oct 26 Pre-empted for                                                                                           McBride Band
          All Things Considered
PAGE 12                                        SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                   SEP & OCT 2006




KSFC Election Forum to help Spokane voters decide
   To give Spokane residents an insight into their regional     primary election to be held Sept. 19. Three Democrats are on the
candidates, KSFC 91.9 will present a public forum between the   other side of the ballot: Bonnie Mager, George Orr, and Barbara
candidates for Washington State Senate District 6 and Spokane   “Barb” K. Chamberlain. The primary will narrow the race to one
County Commissioner District 3. Doug Nadvornick will moderate candidate per party.
the two hour-long question and answer sessions, taking place       Only residents of the commissioner district vote in primaries,
Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Met, 901 W.       all Spokane County voters will cast ballots for County
Sprague. Jim Camden, political writer for                                                    Commissioner in the November
the Spokesman-Review, will also question       The KSFC Election Forum on general election.
the candidates. We encourage people to         Oct. 11 at the Met presents the                 Those candidates surviving the
attend and ask their own questions, to                                                       primary will meet at the Met on Oct. 11
                                               candidates for Spokane County
make sure the issues they care about are                                                     for the first hour of the KSFC election
addressed.                                     Commissioner District 3 at 6:30 forum, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Biographies
   KSFC will air the County Commissioner       p.m., and Washington State and interviews with the candidates
debate on Thursday, Oct. 12 at 5 p.m., the     House of Representatives, Sixth will be posted at ksfc.org/news/
State Senate debate on Friday, Oct. 13 also
                                               District candidates at 7:30 p.m. election2006 as they are gathered.
at 5 p.m. The entire forum will air on                                                         Sixth District
Sunday, Oct. 15 from 2-4 p.m.                                      The Sixth District of the Washington State House of
   KPBX will air the County Commissioner debate Tuesday, Oct.   Representatives wraps around the downtown core of Spokane.
17 in the noon hour. The State Senate debate airs on KPBX the   The district includes the immediate north, west, and south metro
following week, Oct. 24, also at noon.                          areas of Spokane.
   The forum is underwritten by Sayre & Sayre Attorneys at Law,    Republican Senator Brad Benson won the Senate seat in 2004
The Kalispel Tribe of Indians, and The Journal of Business.     after Jim West resigned to become mayor of Spokane. Benson
Spokane County Commissioner District 3                               had served the previous eight years in the House of
  Legislative and administrative decisions in Spokane County         Representatives. He serves on the Senate transportation,
rest with three people, the County Commissioners. They are           financial institutions, housing and consumer protection, and
wrestling with issues such growth and development, jail              health/long-term care. Committees. A major in the Washington Air
overcrowding, mental health services, wastewater treatment and       National Guard, Benson served six years in the Air Force.
the removal of septic tanks. The Commissioners also set the tone        Democrat Chris Marr was until recently part-owner of the
for relationships between the county and various city                Foothills Auto Group in Spokane. He is a former member of the
governments.                                                         state Transportation Commission, and is currently a Washington
  The third commissioner district is the only seat up for election   State University regent. He has served on the boards of Empire
this fall. The district includes the west and southwest areas of     Health Services (which operates Deaconess Hospital and Valley
the county. It goes as far east as the fairgrounds, and the north    Hospital and Medical Center in Spokane Valley), the Spokane
Downtown core up to Wellesley.                                       Symphony Orchestra and the Regional Transportation Council.
  Phil Harris (R) is serving his third term in office. One              The two State Senate candidates will answer audience
Republican, Larry R. Vandervert, is challenging him in the           questions in the second half of the forum, from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
SEP & OCT 2006                                  SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                             PAGE 13


Election Coverage from SPR                                              Many of these reports will also air on both KSFC and KPBX
                                                                     during the morning and afternoon local newscasts within
  The campaign signs sprouted up in Spokane along with the           Morning Edition and All Things Considered.
summer weeds, and to many residents the signs don’t mean                On Oct. 11, KSFC will host a special election forum to debate
much. Who are these candidates, what are these issues?               between the State Representatives 6th District candidates and
Spokane Public Radio plans to give voters unbiased information       Spokane County Commissioner 3rd District.. The forum takes
to help choose their candidates and issues for the fall elections.   place at the Met from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and will be broadcast on
  KSFC’s Inland Journal will cover the most controversial issues     both stations at a later date. (See accompanying article for
and most contested regional candidate races. Interviews and          details.)
reports by Doug Nadvornick, John Vlahovich, Tom Bacon, Steve            The Spokane Public Radio website, accessible at either
Jackson, Elizabeth Wynne-Johnson, and the Northwest News             kpbx.org or ksfc.org, will also feature reports on other campaigns
Network will air during the half-hour weekly program on              in the KPBX listening area, including one of Montana’s U.S.
Thursdays at 5 p.m. The Inland Journal is also available anytime     Senate seats and the Oregon governorship.
as a podcast from ksfc.org/podcasts.                                    NPR will continue to cover key national Senate and House
                                                                     elections, with voter voices, donations and political spending,
                                                                     and the President’s impact on the campaigns.


                                                                                                               Spokane County resi-
                                                                                                               dents in the Sixth Dis-
                                                                                                               trict of the Washing-
                                                                                                               ton State House of
                                                                                                               Representatives will
                                                                                                               choose      between
                                                                                                               incumbant        Brad
                                                                                                               Benson and chal-
                                                                                                               lenger Chris Marr.
                                                                                                               The two answer ques-
                                                                                                               tions in the KSFC
                                                                                                               election forum on
                                                                                                               Oct. 11 from 7:30-
                                                                                                               8:30 p.m.




           Spokane County residents liv-
           ing in the yellow area on this
           map will choose in the Sept. 19
           primary election which two
           candidates move toward the
           general election on Nov. 7. The
           two candidates will debate in
           the KSFC election forum on
           Oct. 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
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                                                                                                               and musical guests, broadcast live
           F R I DAY S                                  S AT U R DAYS                                 Sep 23
                                                                                                               (Rebroadcast Sundays at 6:00 p.m)
                                                                                                               New season of live broadcasts begins
                                                                                                               with Old Crow Medicine Show
                                                                                                      Oct 7    Live from WSU Beasley Coliseum in
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                     12:00 a.m. BBC World Service                                  Pullman
5:00 a.m. Morning Edition -- NPR news            6:00 a.m. Weekend Edition, NPR news                  5:00 p.m. All Things Considered - an
          magazine hosted by Steve Inskeep                 magazine hosted by Scott Simon                       NPR news magazine
          and Renee Montagne, Steve Jackson
                                                 :18 a.m.   The Arts Calendar
          provides local news                                                                         6:00 p.m. Car Talk - car advice and humor
:19 a.m    Arts Calendar every hour              10:00 a.m. Classical Music                                     with Tom and Ray Magliozzi
 7:35 a.m. Film Review with critic Bob Glatzer              with Jan Munstedt
                                                                                                      7:00 p.m. Saturday Cafe - traditional and
9:00 a.m. Classical Music                        11:55 a.m. The Arts Calendar                                   popular music from around the world,
          with Verne Windham                                                                                    hosted by Michael Patoray
                                                 12:00 p.m. From the Top - Classical music
11:58 a.m. Earth and Sky - science minute                   performed by young musicians              9:00 p.m. Johnson’s Improbable
           with Deborah Byrd, Joel Block                                                                       History of Pop
                                                 1:00 p.m. Fascinatin’ Rhythm - radio                 Sep 2    Who Really Made The First Rock &
Noon      This American Life                               essays of American popular music,                   Roll Record? We’ll offer numerous
          Describing and documenting                       hosted by Michael Lasser                            candidates including Big Joe Turner,
          contemporary America (also airs                                                                      Hank Williams, Bill Haley, and Amos
          Mondays at 9 p.m.)                     Sep 2     One Big Union For Two: Work songs
                                                           for labor and love by Pete Seeger,                  Milburn
1:00 p.m. Jazz on a Friday Afternoon                       Woody Guthrie, and the Almanac             Sep 9    Spokane Rockabilly: original 1950’s
          with Brian Flick                                 Singers                                             and early ‘60’s local-bopping sounds
                                                 Sep 9     Andy Razaf ‘What Harlem Means To                    from Bobby Wayne, Charlie Ryan,
4:00 p.m. Marketplace ”The business show                   Me:’ America’s greatest black lyricist              and The Four Playboys with Johnny
                                                           wrote about the place and people he                 Franklin
          for the rest of us,” hosted by Kai
          Rysdall.                                         knew best                                  Sep 16   John Nitzinger: Guest Ben Upham has
                                                 Sep 16 Dancing With The Castles: Irene and                    a career overview of this veteran
4:30 p.m. All Things Considered - an                       Vernon taught America to dance in a                 Texas blues-rock guitarist/songwriter
          NPR news magazine, with in-depth                 new way for a new century                  Sep 23   Miami Soul: Vintage ‘70s sweltering
          reports, features, and commentary      Sep 23 In a nation that became urban and                      South Florida sounds including Betty
          hosted nationally by Melissa Block,              then suburban, the small town                       Wright, Latimore, Gwen McCrae, and
          Michelle Norris, and Robert Siegel,              remained the mythic symbol of                       Little Beaver
          hosted regionally by Tom Bacon                   American virtues and values                Sep 30   Jerry Lee Lewis: A cross section of
                                                 Sep 30 Love For Sale: In hard times, love                     lesser-known blues and country sides
6:29 p.m. The Arts Calendar - list of                      becomes hard work and the songs                     from this legendary Louisiana piano
          regional cultural events                         about it vary from the suggestive to the            pumper
                                                           blunt                                      Oct 7    The Real-Life Blues Brothers:
6:30 p.m. Movies 101 — roundtable movie                                                                        Genuine blue-eyed soul from the ‘60s
          reviews with Bob Glatzer, Dan          Oct 7     You Can’t Stop Me From Loving You:
                                                           Have you ever noticed how love                      including Wayne Cochran, Bobby
          Webster, Mary Pat Treuthart                                                                          Charles, Matt Lucas, and Larry Bright
                                                           songs can be submissive and defiant
7:00 p.m. Big                                              at the same time? It’s that mix of         Oct 14   Rediscovered Soul: A survey of
          Band                                             sentiment and wit we prize                          splendid newer material from old-
          Era                                    Oct 14 Among My Souvenirs: Songs about                        school veterans including Candi
          Jazz                                             mementoes: objects that conjure up                  Staton, Solomon Burke, Betttye
          Memories                                         precious memories of other times                    Lavette, and Al Green
          and music                              Oct 21 A Closer Walk: A lot of treacly religious     Oct 21   The Underdog Beatle: Guest Bob
          with                                             imagery in songs, but also a rich                   Gallagher presents rarities by George
          Spoakne’s                                        tradition from spirituals, hymns, and               Harrison, often the odd-man out in the
          Bruce                                            gospel to infuse popular music with fire            Beatles songwriting hierarchy
          Davis                                                                                       Oct 28   Live Rolling Stones: While Mick & the
                                                 Oct 28 TBA
                                                                                                               boys’ recent tour schedule passed by
8:00 p.m. Jazz with Chas                                                                                       Spokane, here’s a chance to catch
                                                 2:00 p.m. Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me
                                                           News quiz show with Peter Sagal and                 them live on the air in their blues
                                                           Carl Kasell                                         wailing days with Brian Jones in the
     Ensure the success of KPBX and                                                                            ‘60s
     KSFC for future generations.
                                                 3:00 p.m. A Prairie Home Companion
     Consider including Spokane Public                     with Garrison Keillor - Variety            10:00 p.m. Down Home Blues
     Radio in your estate plans.                           show from St. Paul, featuring stories                 with Brion Foster
                                                           and “News from Lake Wobegon,” skits
SEP & OCT 2006                                      SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                  PAGE 15


          SUNDAYS
12:00 a.m. BBC World Service
                                                       Being all business
6:00 a.m. Weekend Edition, NPR news
          magazine hosted by Liane Hansen
                                                       doesn’t mean
10:00 a.m. Classical Music with
           Leonard Oakland                             being predictable
11:55 a.m. The Arts Calendar

12:00 p.m. Car Talk - also airs Sat. 6p

1:00 p.m. Front Porch Bluegrass
          Kevin Brown explores the wide
          spectrum of bluegrass music




2:00 p.m. The Nacho Celtic Hour
          variety of folk music, kids’ songs with
          Carlos Alden and friends

3:00 p.m. Inland Folk - an hour of Dan
          Maher’s mix of regional and national
          folk music; two more hours at 8 p.m.

4:00 p.m. Selected Shorts
Sep 3     Chac-Mool by Carlos Fuentes, read
          by Simon Jones
Sep 10 Why the Sky Turns Red When the
          Sun Goes Down by Ryan Harty, read
          by George Bartenieff
Sep 17 Can’t we Cry a Little? by Dawn                  Listen to award-winning Marketplace weekdays
          Powell, read by Ivy Austin
Sep 24 Amazon by Sylvia Brownrigg, read                for a smart, witty take on the state of the global
          by Joanna Gleason
Oct 1     The Night the Ghost Got In by James          economy and how it relates to you. The “business
          Thurber, read by Isaiah Sheffer
                                                       show for the rest of us” breaks down the impact
5:00 p.m. All Things Considered                        of the week’s major national and international
6:00 p.m. A Prairie Home Companion                     stories on your world and your wallet.
          also Saturdays 3 p.m.

8:00 p.m. Inland Folk hosted by Dan Maher

10:00 p.m. Soundspace - new age, world
                                                      Marketplace        from AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA
           music, classical, folk, ethnic music
           hosted by Norvel Trosst
                                                                        KPBX 4-4:30 p.m. weekdays
11:00 p.m. Music from the Hearts of                                     KSFC 5:30-6 p.m. weekdays
           Space - new age, electronic
           “spacemusic”
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                                                  Car Talk Sat 9a.                                    Oct 7     When I’m 64: A Paul McCartney
         PROGRAMS                                 Brothers Tom and Ray, aka Click and Clack,
                                                  answer your questions about cars and car            Oct 28
                                                                                                                Appreciation
                                                                                                                We’ll present short documentaries to
                                                  repair. And laugh. A lot.                                     celebrate the art of radio
                                                                                                                documentaries
                                                  A Chef’s Table Sun 11a.
All Things Considered Mon-Fri 1-3p.               Chef Jim Coleman invites you into his kitchen for   Fresh Air Mon-Sat 7p
Hosts Melissa Block, Michele Norris, and Robert   great food conversations.                           Terry Gross interviews prominent cultural and
Siegel present two hours of breaking news                                                             entertainment figures, as well as distinguished
mixed with analysis, commentaries, and            City Arts & Lectures Sun 7p                         experts on current affairs and news
interviews. John Vlahovich anchors regional       Lecture and discussion program from San
news.                                             Francisco, hosted by Linda Hunt.                    Humankind Sun 8p
                                                                                                      Stories of remarkable people whose dedication
All Things Considered Weekend                     Commonweath Club of Calif. Tues 9p.                 helps to humanize our society, hosted by David
Sat-Sun 4p. More news from NPR.                   Lectures, debates and panel discussions by key      Freudberg.
                                                  figures on the nation’s oldest and largest public
Alternative Radio Sat 3p.                         affairs forum.                                      Infinite Mind Sun 2p
If it’s Noam Chomsky, it’s probably Alternative                                                       Dr. Peter Kramer focuses on all aspects of
Radio. AR serves as a forum for debate and        Director’s Choice Sat 8p                            mental health, neuroscience, and treatment
controvercy.                                      Program Director Doug Nadvornick chooses a          advances.
                                                  documentary each week.
Alternative Source Sat. noon                                                                          Inland Journal Occasional weekdays 5p.
Frank Sennett comes to the SPR studios every      Sep 16    A Shortcut to Impeachment: the dirty      Doug Nadvornick and John Vlahovich host
                                                            politics of impeachment and the
week with the latest news and buzz from the                                                           news reports from around the region.
                                                            modern presidency
nation’s alternative papers.
                                                  Sep 23    A history lesson about the Dutch          It’s Your World Sun 7a.
As It Happens Mon-Fri 8p.                                   painter Rembrandt van Rijn: two           Programs of the World Affairs Council, recorded
Barbara Budd hosts Canada’s features program                Radio Netherlands documentaries,          events held with leading political and business
with interviews of newsmakers from around the               one about how Rembrandt was               leaders, academics, journalists, and artists.
world.                                                      viewed during his lifetime (1606-1669)
                                                            and one about how he is viewed now        Justice Talking Wed 9p, Sat 1p
BBC’s World Today Mon-Fri 3p, S-Sn 4p             Sep 30    No Dogs or Jews Allowed: The              Lively and engaging debates on the current
An hour of news and world affairs from Britain.             history of anti-Semitism in the U.S.      legal issues capturing our nation’s attention,
                                                                                                      hosted by Margot Adler.


Carol Off joins As It Happens                                               changing Canadian policy
                                                                            and allowing large numbers
   Carol Off, one of Canada’s most accomplished journalists,                of women to stay in Canada.
broadcasters and authors, is the new host of As It Happens. She             It won a B’nai Brith Award,
begins her full-time hosting duties with the start of the fall              an international Gabriel
season in September.                                                        Award, and an Investigative
   As It Happens is a nightly international newsmagazine from the           Journalism Citation of Merit.
                                                                            She also won first prize at the
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) that covers major
                                                                            1996 Hot Docs Festival for a
stories from around the world and regularly focuses on important
                                                                            documentary on
Canadian news. It gives U.S. public radio listeners a different
                                                                            moviemaking in Canada, and
perspective on the day’s news. KSFC airs the show every
                                                                            a gold medal at the 1997 New
weeknight at 8 p.m.
                                                                            York Television and Film
   As It Happens gets its stories as much from newsmakers as                Festival for an investigative
those effected by the news. Listeners hear everyone from world              report on Bosnian war criminals.
leaders, rabble-rousers, and bingo callers to deposed dictators.               Off’s coverage of the post-war reconstruction of the Balkans
The result is a human and very relevant analysis of the day’s               and the war crimes trial for Yugoslavia led her to write The Lion,
major stories.                                                              the Fox and the Eagle: A Story of Generals and Justice in
   Carol has established herself as a seasoned and critical voice           Yugoslavia and Rwanda -- a national bestseller.
in the world of news and current affairs. She’s never shy about                Carol is no stranger to CBC Radio, which is where she began
asking the tough questions and her warm but no-nonsense                     her career at CBC. She spent five years freelancing, mainly for
interview style always gets to the nub of the story.                        CBC Radio’s Arts Report. In 1987, she became CBC Radio’s
   An award-winning documentary reporter for The National, and              Sunday Morning Ottawa correspondent, where she covered the
a former host of counterSpin, Carol has extensive experience in             Meech Lake Accord, the U.S./Canada Free Trade Agreement and
both Canadian and international news coverage. Among her                    the 1988 federal re-election of Brian Mulroney’s Conservatives.
many accomplishments: a groundbreaking series on refugee                    The following year, she became Quebec correspondent for CBC
women in Canada. The series was considered instrumental in                  Radio’s national news.
SEP & OCT 2006                                            SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                                         PAGE 17

Living On Earth Sat 7a                                  Talk of the Nation Mon-Thu 11a-1p.
Steve Curwood hosts environmental news,                 Neal Conan links the headlines with what’s on
                                                                                                                Spokane Public Radio Staff
                                                                                                                                       * denotes a volunteer
features, interviews and commentary on a broad          people’s minds. Join in the discussion at 1-800-        Carlos Alden, Folk Producer*
range of ecological issues.                             989-8255.                                               Leon Atkinson, Classical Guitar Producer*
Marketplace Mon-Fri 5:30p.                              TOTN Science Friday                                     Tom Bacon, Reporter, ATC Host
”The business show for the rest of us,” hosted                                                                  Kevin Brown, Bluegrass Producer*
                                                         Fri 11a-1p
by Kai Rysdall.                                                                                                 Mary Cravens, Membership Coordinator
                                                        Ira Flatow hosts a lively,
Morning Edition Mon-Fri 6-8a.                           informative discussion on                               Bruce Davis, Big Band Era Jazz Host*
Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne host the               science and technology.                                 Frank Delaney, Community Producer*
nation’s most-listened to radio news program.           Join in the discussion at 1-                            Brion Foster, Blues Producer*
Steve Jackson provides local and regional news          800-989-8255.                                           Robert Glatzer, Film Critic*
and weather.                                                                                                    Martha Haynes, Receptionist
                                                        Tech Nation Sat 2p.                                     Stephanie Ingoldby, Volunteer Coord.
Movies 101 Sat 6p.                                                                            Ira Flatow
                                                        Moira Gunn examines the                                 Steve Jackson, Morning Edition Host,
Roundtable movie discussion and reviews by                                               Science Friday
Spokane’s Bob Glatzer, Dan Webster, and Mary            impact of technology on our                               Reporter
Pat Treuthart.                                          lives.                                                  John Johnson, Pop/Rock Music Producer*
                                                                                                                Janean Jorgensen, Marketing & Web,
Native America Calling Mon-Fri 10a.                     This American Life Sat 9p.                                Wednesday Matinee Host
A live call-in, national conversation about issues      Ira Glass creates a collection of stories —             Patrick Klausen, Production Director
specific to Native communities, hosted by Patty         documentaries, fiction, essays, and reports — on
                                                                                                                Richard Kunkel, President and
Talahongva.                                             a different theme each week.                              General Manager
On Point Mon-Fri 8-                                                                                             Brian Lindsey, Weekend Edition Saturday
                                                        To the Point Mon-Fri 4p
                                                                                                                  Host, Receptionist
10a.                                                    Hosted by Warren Olney, guests cover politics,
Tom Ashbrook and guest                                                                                          Dan Maher, Folk Producer*
                                                        international affairs, technology, the environment.
attepmt to put the news                                                                                         Kevin Morrison, Board Operator
into context and provide a                              The Treatment Sat 6:30p.                                Jan Munstedt, Classical, Jazz Producer
lively forum for discussion                             Film critic Elvis Mitchell turns the tables and gives   Doug Nadvornick, KSFC Program Director
and debate. The first hour                              the “treatment” to some of those creating movies        Rusty Nelson, Weekend Ed. Sunday Host
is live for call in, the                                and popular art and entertainment.                      Leonard Oakland, Producer, Film Critic
second hour is pre-                Tom Ashbrook                                                                 Jerry Olson, Chief Engineer
recorded.                              On Point         Travel with Rick Steves Sat 8a.
                                                                                                                Michael Patoray, World Music Producer
                                                        The “Back Door Through Europe” guide hosts
On the Media Sat 12p, Mon 9p.                                                                                   Nancy Roth, Underwriting Rep.
Brooke Gladstone and Bob Garfield decode                an hour of ideas and tips for travel.
                                                                                                                Kathy Sackett, Underwriting and Special
what we hear, read and see every day, arming            Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me! Sat 11a.                      Events Director
citizens with the critical tools necessary to survive   Test your knowledge on a wacky and whip-                Charles Schlesinger, Jazz Producer
the information age.                                                                                            Frank Sennett, Alternative Source Host*
                                                        smart news quiz show, with Peter Sagel and
Parent’s Journal Sun 9a.                                Carl Kasel.                                             Linda K. Stowe, Business Manager,
For parents, grandparents, and anyone caring                                                                      Membership Director
for and about children.                                 Weekend Edition Sat-Sun 5-7a, 10a.                      Ann Torigoe-Hawkins, Underwriting Rep.
                                                        Scott Simon on Saturdays, Lianne Hansen on              Jim Tevenan, Classical Music host
People’s Pharmacy Sun 1p.                               Sundays provide news and features for                   Norvel Trosst, Announcer, Arts Calendar,
Health with Joe and Terry Graedon.                      weekend mornings.                                        Soundspace Producer
Prime Time Radio Sun 3p.                                                                                        Mary Pat Treuthart, Film Critic*
                                                        Word for Word Fri 9p
Mike Cuthbert’s weekly interview program that                                                                   John Vlahovich, News Coordinator
                                                        Speech program
focuses on the wide-ranging interests and                                                                       Dan Webster, Film Critic*
concerns of Americans 40 and above.                     World Radio Network Daily 10p-5a.                       Verne Windham, KPBX Program Director

Selected Shorts Sun 9p.                                 WRN carries live newscast audio 24 hours a              Linda Yates, Financial Assistant
NPR’s series of short story readings by                 day from international broadcasters.
nationally-known actors. See listings under
                                                                                                                       Board of Directors
                                                        You Bet Your Garden Sun 8a.                                       Stanley Littrell, Chair
KPBX Sunday 4p.                                                                                                          Paul Paroff, Vice Chair
                                                        Mike McGrath offers fiercely organic advice to
                                                                                                                       Maria Ranniger, Secretary
Smart City Thurs 9p, Sun 6p.                            gardeners far and wide on an hour of horticul-
                                                                                                                        J. Scott Miller, Treasurer
Carol Coletta takes an in-depth look at urban life,     tural hijinks.                                                Merilee Frets, Chair Emeritus
the people, places, ideas and trends shaping                                                                    Christy Anderson      Curtis Hagin
cities.                                                 Zorba Paster On Your Health Sun 12p.
                                                                                                                Julianne Dickelman    Richard Kunkel
                                                        Dr. Zorba and Tom Clark on health, fitness and          Gilbert Escandon      Robert McVicars
                                                        diet.                                                   Ralph Gamon           Marilyn Dalby Sabella
                                                                                                                Patricia Garvin       Stephen Witter
                                                                                                                Terry Goetz
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                               Summer Storm dampens Arbor
                              Crest grounds but not KPBX fun




   A cloudburst on July 12 sent volunteers and guests scrambling for cover
at the annual An Evening Under the Stars, but the excitement only seemed to
heighten the fun of the KPBX fundraiser. As soon as the rain passed, guests
went back to their delicious Chicken Pipil and Gallo Pinto from Catered For
You, browsing the Silent Auction items, and enjoying the music by Olinda
Duo. Later in the evening, the Jazz All Stars, including drummer Rick Westrick
and bassist Brian Flick (above) jammed to everyone’s dancing delight.
   The event was underwritten by D.A. Davidson & Co., Express Personnel
Services, Century 21 Beutler & Associates, and Sterling Savings Bank.
   Thanks also to Craven’s Coffee Company, Wildflowers, Sun Rental, LCD
Expo, Alsco American Linen, the Astronomical Society, and SPR Volunteers.
   Additional auction items were donated by Alan's Piano Service, Debbie
Mumm, Inc., Harmony Yoga, Hispanic Business Professionals Association,
Holy Family Hospital, Lake Coeur d'Alene Cruises, Red Deer River Soap,
Spencer's Restaurant, and Keith Harris.
SEP & OCT 2006                                 SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                         PAGE 19


Hot brass on a
summer sizzler
  Concertgoers nestled and wedged into
every spot of shade at the Clocktower
Meadow to enjoy the July 21 KPBX Kids’
Concert, featuring Movie Music by Brass
Works. The band, of Larry Jess, Andy
Plamondon, Chuck Karshney, David
Matern, Jerry Olson, and Paul Raymond,
performed familiar songs from the movies.
  The KPBX Kids’ Summer Concerts were
underwritten by Windermere Real Estate,
Sterling Savings, and Spokane Cardiology.
Additional thanks go to Dutch's Musical
Instruments. The Girl Scouts Inland
Empire Council hosted a special arts craft
(below) for kids to do during the show.




This family brought their own shade to
the sunny Clocktower Meadow.                 Larry Jess warms up his trumpet before starting the Kids’ Concert July 21.
PAGE 20                                         SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                      SEP & OCT 2006

Ivan Doig book read on Bookshelf                                      Monday Morning Classical
   “Can’t cook but doesn’t bite.” So begins the newspaper ad
offering the services of an “A-1 housekeeper, sound morals,           spends time in The World
exceptional disposition,” and that starts the plot rolling in Ivan
Doig’s latest novel The Whistling Season, The Bookshelf               of Robert Schumann
selection for September.
                                                                         Starting in October, Verne gives the Monday 11 a.m. hour over
   The housekeeper of the ad, Rose Llewellyn, is hired by
                                                                      to a series exploring the life and music of Robert Schumann. Host
widower Oliver Milliron to take care of his family of three boys in
                                                                      John Tibbetts has spent the past 20 years reading all the
this story set in the Montana of the early 1900’s. Rose and her
                                                                      biographies about Robert Schumann: Ostwald, Taylor, Walker,
brother Morris become an important part of the life of students in
                                                                      Boucourechliev, Daverio…but the one that he is especially fond
the homesteading community’s one-room schoolhouse. The
                                                                      of is the 1946 biography written by Robert Haven Schauffler.
book is described as “a paean to a vanished way of life and the          After surviving military service, completing a doctorate in
eccentric individuals and idiosyncratic institutions that             theatre and film, and kicking around awhile in the broadcast
nourished it.”                                                        journalism business, John was still no authority on the subject of
   Ivan Doig has been called “The reigning                            Schumann. But through his readings and listening to Schumann,
master of new Western literature” (San                                he recognized something in the music and in the man that
Francisco Chronicle), and compared with                               “spoke” to him in special ways and compelled him to convey that
Wallace Stegner and Robert Louis Stevenson                            sense to others: not just the “outer” voices of the music itself,
in his ability to bring history to life in fiction.                   the instrumentations, the melodic contours, the harmonic
He is the author of ten previous books,                               adventures, the formal eccentricities, but also that sense so
including Prairie Nocturne and Dancing at                             peculiar to Schumann’s music of an inner voice, a running
The Rascal Fair. He’s a former ranch hand, journalist, and            commentary as it were; a kind of musical speech murmuring
magazine editor, and holds a PhD from the University of               beneath the surface, sometimes musing, sometimes disputatious
Washington. He lives in Seattle.                                      and disruptive, sometimes downright baffling.
   Reading The Whistling Season is SPR reporter Tom Bacon. The           John found this feeling confirmed when he found these words
Bookshelf airs Monday through Thursday evenings at 6:30 p.m.          by the French philo-linguist Roland Barthes in his 1979 essay,
                                                                      Loving Schumann: “Schumann is truly the musician of solitary
                                                                      intimacy, of the amorous and imprisoned soul that speaks to
                                                                      itself, hence the abundance of parlando in his work.”
                                                                         This radio project began as a four-part series in the spring of
                                                                      1983. Then, two years later, an extraordinary coincidence saw the
                                                                      appearance of two new biographies of Robert and Clara
                                                                      Schumann. In a matter of days, John Tibbetts was in touch with
                                                                      both authors, respectively, Dr. Peter Ostwald, a practicing
                                                                      psychiatrist from San Francisco, and Dr. Nancy B. Reich, a
                                                                      musicologist from upstate New York. John’s many visits radically
                                                                      changed the course, not only of this radio project, but of his
                                                                      growing sense of the composer. Both gave unselfishly of their
                                                                      time and expertise, introducing him to other scholars in the field,
                                                                      and opening many doors that otherwise might have remained
                                                                      closed.
                                                                         The fruits of his labor convinced John that many other
                                                                      biographers, musicians and critics should also have their say.
                                                                      Key to the conceptual evolution of the series was Jacques
                                                                      Barzun, who worked at Scribner’s publishers in New York City,
                                                                      followed by many others, including Albert
                                                                         Boime and Robert Winter of UCLA, Leon Plantinga of Yale,
                                                                      Hugh Macdonald of Washington University in St. Louis, Alan
                                                                      Walker of McMaster’s University in Ontario, Canada, Rufus
                                                                      Hallmark of the Aaron Copland School of Music, Roger F. Cook
                                                                      of the University of Missouri-Columbia, as well as Paul Boller
                                                                      and David Ferris of Texas Christian University, among
                                                                      others….all contributed many hours of discussion and interviews
                                                                      that have proven to be crucial to the concepts discussed in this
                                                                      series.
SEP & OCT 2006                              SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                               PAGE 21


  P RO G R A M A D D R E S S E S                                Below are the most frequently requested phone numbers,
                                                                web sites, and email addresses for program producers.

NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO          Earth & Sky                      Living On Earth                    Smart City
  202.513.3232                   512.480.8773                     800.218.9988                       smartcityradio.com
  Tapes and Transcripts:         earthsky.org                     loe.org, comments@loe.org          901.528.0800
  877.677.8398                 Fascinatin’ Rhythm               Marketplace                        Soundspace
  npr.org                        585.325.7500                    877.275.6669                        ntrosst@kpbx.org
SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO             rhythm2@earthlink.net           marketplace.org                   Talk of the Nation
  509.328.5729                 Fresh Air                         letters@marketplace.org             Call in: 800.989.8255
  kpbx.org, kpbx@kpbx.org        877.213.7374                   Morning Edition                      totn@npr.org
All Things Considered (NPR)      freshair@whyy.org               Comments: 202.842.5044            TOTN Science Friday
  atc@npr.org                  From the Top                      morning@npr.org                     800.989.8255
Alternative Radio                617.437.0707                   Movies 101                           scifri@sciencefriday.com
  800.444.1977                   fromthetop.org                  movies101.com                     Tech Nation
  alternativeradio.org           info@fromthetop.org             rglatzer@comcast.net                415.386-2710
  info@alternativeradio.org    Front Porch Bluegrass            Native America Calling               technation.com
Alternative Source               bluegrass@kpbx.org               Call-in: 800.996.2848              producer@technation.com
  alternativesourceradio.com   Guitar Hour                        Transcripts: 505.277.7999        This American Life
  altsourceradio@yahoo.com       vwindham@kpbx.org                nativeamericacalling.org           312.832.9150
As It Happens                                                     native@unm.edu                     thislife.org
                               Harmonia
  Canadian Broadcasting Co.      harmonia.indiana.edu           On Point                             tapes@thislife.org
  416.205.3331                   harmonia@indiana.edu             800.909.9287                     To The Point
  Tapes and Transcripts:                                          onpointradio.org                   310.450.5183 ext. 4649
                               Hearts of Space, Music from
  800.363.1530                                                    onpoint@wbur.org                   moretothepoint.com
                                 415.499.9901
  cbc.ca/aih                                                    On the Media                         tothepoint@kcrw.org
                                 hos.com, love@hos.com
  aih@totonot.cbc.ca                                              800.909.9287
                               Humankind                                                           Travel with Rick Steves
BBC World Service                                                 Call in: 800.423.8255              425.771.8303
                                 617.489.5130
  bbc.co.uk                                                       onthemedia.org                     ricksteves.com
                                 Tapes: 800.554.7836
  worldservice@bbc.co.uk                                          onthemedia@wnyc.org
                                 humanmedia.org                                                    Treatment
Big Band Era Jazz                info@humanmedia.org            Opera, NPR World of                  310.450.5183
  bflick@kpbx.org                                                npr.org, 202.513.3232               CDs: 888.600.5279
                               Infinite Mind
Bookshelf, The                   212.765.6600                   Parents’ Journal                     kcrw.com/show/tt
  vwindham@kpbx.org              theinfinitemind.com              800.648.9817                       mail@kcrw.org
Capitol Steps                    lcm@lcmedia.com                  parentsjournal.com               Vox Humana
  capsteps.com                                                    information@parentsjournal.com     vwindham@kpbx.org
                               Inland Folk
Car Talk                         509.335.2284                   People’s Pharmacy                  Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me!
  Car Talk Plaza                 dmaher@wsu.edu                   800.732.2334                      888.924.8924
  PO Box 3500 Harvard Square                                      peoplespharmacy.org               npr.org/programs/waitwait
                               Inland Journal
  Cambridge, MA 02238            jvlahovich@kpbx.org            Performance Today                   waitwait@npr.org
  888.227.8255                                                    perftoday@npr.org                Weekend Edition
                               It’s Your World
  Tapes: 888.CAR.JUNK                                           Piano Jazz                          wesat@npr.org
                                  itsyourworld.org
  cartalk.org                                                     803.737.3286                      wesun@npr.org
                                  415.293.4661
Chef’s Table, A                                                   pj@scetv.org                     Word for Word
                               Jazz ‘Til Midnight
  888.302.9499                                                  Prairie Home Companion              800.228.7123
                                 bflick@kpbx.org
  whyy.org/91FM/chef                                              800.998.8173                      wordforword.publicradio.org
  chef@whyy.org                Jazz at Lincoln Center
                                                                  phc@mpr.org                      World Radio Network
                                 www.jalc.org/jazzcast
City Arts & Lectures                                            Prime Time Radio                    wrn.org, email@wrn.org
                                 feedback@jazzradio.org
  415.563.2463                                                    800.424.9343
                                 212.258.9800                                                      Writer’s Almanac
  cityarts.net                                                    primetime@aarp.org
                               Jazz Profiles                                                        writersalmanac.publicradio.org
  cityarts@infoasis.com
                                 jazzpro@npr.org                Raw Bytes                           mail@americanpublicmedia.org
Classical Music                                                   mtamicro.com/kpbx.html            800.228.7123
  vwindham@kpbx.org            JazzSet jazzset@npr.org
                                                                Record Shelf                       You Bet Your Garden
Commonweath Club of Calif.     Johnson’s Improbable History
                                                                  213.225.7400                       888.346.9499
  800.933.7548                   of Pop, kpbx@kpbx.org
                                                                  kusc@kusc.org                      whyy.org/91FM/ybyg
  commonwealthclub.org         Justice Talking                                                       garden@whyy.org
                                                                Saturday Café
Concert of the Week,             215.898.6751
                                                                  mpatoray@kpbx.org                Zorba Paster On Your Health
  vwindham@kpbx.org              justicetalking.org
                                                                Selected Shorts                      800.462.7413
                                 justicetalking@asc.upenn.edu
Director’s Choice                                                 212.864.1414 x206                  wpr.org/zorba
  dnadvorn@kpbx.org                                               shorts@symphonyspace.org
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Interns learn job skills from public radio
   KPBX and KSFC offer individuals the opportunity to learn          Volunteer Coordinator Stephanie Ingoldby also helps to match a
about, and contribute to, the making of public radio through         potential community intern’s interests with station needs.
unpaid community internships. Community interns do not have            While it’s helpful for interns to know something about public
to be enrolled in college or working for college credit. SPR         radio and SPR, it’s not mandatory.
Community Internships help students and members of the                 “It sometimes helps to get the impressions of non-listeners,”
community expand their knowledge and gain practical experience       says Janean Jorgensen, marketing and web director. “Usually they
towards a future career.                                             think we’re just a news station or just a classical station. After
                                                                     reading a couple of Program Guides and exploring the web site,
   Internships and volunteer opportunities are available in a
                                                                     they start to understand what we offer and what ‘non-commercial
variety of areas, including program development, news, music,
                                                                     public radio’ means.”
marketing, online services, outreach, and engineering. Some of         To start volunteering or to learn more about community
these opportunities are posted online at kpbx.org/volunteer.         internships, contact Stephanie Ingoldby at 328-5729.

Community Intern Lisa Gonnella
   Many people like to spend a summer          on her way to school, and some classical
afternoon curled up around a good book.        music on the weekend.
Lisa Gonnella let books wrap around her,         She was attracted to the keyboard early
immersing herself in the sound of The          on, and eventually got her own piano and
Bookshelf readings. One of her tasks as a      lessons. Verne recruited her for the
community intern this summer was               Spokane Youth Symphony, and she found
listening for errors and editing them out.     herself playing in KPBX Kids’ Concerts,
stayed out of the summer sun curled up in      specifically the New Year’s Waltz program
a production studio, listening to The          the final day of 2000, and the Musicfest
Bookshelf for errors and making edits in       Kids’ Concert in 2003.
the recording.                                   Her first love was always piano, and she
   “I get to be read to for a few hours, and   took two years of piano at University of
just take out the mistakes,” she says,         Puget Sound. But tendonitis pain
adding that it’s fun to edit audio.            aggravated by bad playing habits forced
   Lisa also enjoyed listening to CDs on       her to come home to Spokane for rest and
the avant garde shelf of the classical         retraining. She plans to spend the next
music library, marking pieces suitable for     two quarters studying with Kendall
airplay. Lisa says that Verne and KPBX’s       Feeney at Eastern Washington University.
other classical music hosts tend to stay         When she emailed Verne asking if he
away from that shelf, especially when          knew of anyone needing an intern, she
they’re quickly looking for ideas on what      didn’t expect an invitation to volunteer at
to play next.                                  Spokane Public Radio. She’s enjoyed the
   “You can’t just pull an avant garde         opportunity.
piece off the shelf and put it on the air,       “I like being around here,” she says.
because a lot of people might be               “People are really helpful, and will let you
disappointed,” she says. “A lot of             explore on your own what you want to do         Lisa Gonnella volunteers for anything
composers today compose from an                and what you want to get out of it. People      at KPBX, including filling drink glasses
academic standpoint, and a lot of it is not    are very willing to help.”                      at the June Thank-You concert.
easily appreciated in one listening. That        She says her favorite programs are still      she hopes to intern there next spring. She
makes it hard to listen to on the radio. It    Verne’s classical music and Performance         would love to follow in her uncle’s
can take some studying and learning to         Today, especially the Piano Puzzler. She        footsteps, coaching singers in the vocal
appreciate the concepts behind the music.      also listens occasionally to the opera on       translations (she is also a French major
I went through them and suggested              Wednesday nights, although she prefers          and is working on learning German and
things that caught my attention,               to listen to opera with the score in front of   Italian). Or she wants to perform with a
interesting music that was well played.        her. “It’s neat when [NPR World of Opera]       chamber music group, or a vocal
He’s aired some of that already.”              picks more obscure operas, and Lisa             accompanist.
   Lisa grew up knowing about KPBX from        Simeone does a good job of explaining              “As much as I like solo piano, I really
the monthly Kids’ Concerts her parents         things between acts.”                           enjoy the collaborative part of music
brought her to. She says she first knew          One of her goals involves opera. Her          making. You get to meet different
Verne as “the guy with the crazy hair” that    uncle is an opera coach at Theatre du           musicians, and see how other people
her parents listened to. She heard KPBX        Capitole Opera company in France, and           work.”
SEP & OCT 2006                                   SPOKANE PUBLIC RADIO PROGRAM GUIDE                                         PAGE 23


Engineering Intern Todd Gibson
    Not every kid who takes apart his mother’s radio will have a career in
electronics, but Todd Gibson is working his way there. As a student in
Spokane Community College’s electrical engineering program, he is
getting experience through Spokane Public Radio’s Jerry Olson this
summer and fall.
    As Chief Engineer, Jerry is in charge of every bit of equipment, from
the transmitters on the mountains to the wires of the computer network
winding through the halls. He’s grateful for Todd’s assistance.
    Todd says one of the great things about this internship is that the job
is different every day. He says he enjoys working on the equipment in
the studios and the adjoining control room, finding how the circuits work
and how the audio is processed. The most unique thing was heading up
to Mica Peak and learning how the KPBX transmitter works. Even
helping to maintain the SPR computer network is more challenging than
he thought it would be. “It’s all very interesting, and I’ve been learning
that I don’t know as much as I thought I did.”
    Todd admits that he wasn’t much of a radio listener at all before
accepting the volunteer position, but now he listens at home and at the
studios. “I like a lot of the classical and jazz music, and I even listen to
the talk and news programs now,” he says. “Working with the broadcast
engineer got me to listen. One reason Jerry listens is to know when
something goes down. I’m doing that too, so I can ask him what
happened, ‘What did you break?’”
    The internship results in a broadcasting certificate, which Todd says
is the basic requirement for his next step. His goal is to do audio system
installations in businesses and homes. He would also like to work as an
audio engineer.
Todd Gibson played with much of the audio equipment around SPR
this summer, including the Summer KPBX Kids’ Concert cords and
microphones at the Clocktower Meadow stage.




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10a                           with Verne Windham                                                   10a                                                          NPR’s
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11a                  Piano         Wed.   Guitar
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12p   Living On Public             Zorba                 This
                                              Public American From                                 12p                                           Science
                                                                                                                                                  Friday    On the     Zorba
        Earth   Forums             Paster    Forums               the Top Car Talk                                                                          Media      Paster
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1p                                                                 Fascin-      Front              1p                                                      Justice People’s
                  Fresh Air with Terry Gross                         atin’      Porch
                                                        Jazz      Rhythm      Bluegrass                                                                    Talking Pharmacy
2p                                                      for a Wait Wait Carlos Alden               2p            NPR’s All Things Considered
                                                                                                                                                             Tech      Infinite
                                                      Friday        Don’t      Nacho
                                                       After- Tell Me                                                                                       Nation       Mind
                                                                               Celtic
3p                 Performance Today                    noon       Garrison
                                                                               Inland              3p                                                      Alterna-     Prime
                                                      Brian Flick   Keillor’s                                         BBC’s World Today
                                                                                Folk                                                                         tive       Time
                                                                  A Prairie Dan Maher                                                                       Radio       Radio
4p                          Marketplace                             Home                           4p                                                       NPR’s All Things
                                                                  Compan- Selected                                        To The Point
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5p                                                                 NPR’s All Things                5p                BBC             Inland
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                    NPR’s All Things Considered                                                                                                             BBC World Today
                                                                       Considered                                       Marketplace
6p                                                                                   Garrison      6p                                                       Movies
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                                                                    Car Talk         Keillor’s                   NPR’s All Things Considered
                      The Bookshelf                        Movies        A Prairie                                                                         Treatment     City
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7p                                              Record Big Band
                                                                          Home                     7p                                                      Fresh Air City&Arts
                    Harmonia                                             Compan-                                    Fresh Air with Terry Gross
      Concert                                    Shelf Era Jazz Saturday
                                                       Bruce Davis          ion                                                                            Weekend Lectures
                                                                   Café
8p     of the
       Week           Vox
                                   NPR’s                             Michael                       8p                                                      Director’s Human-
                                   World         Israel              Patoray                                              As It Happens
                    Humana          of                                               Inland                                                                 Choice      kind
                                                Philhar-
9p        This     Chamber
                                   Opera         monic              Johnson’s         Folk         9p    On the Common- Justice          Smart Word for      This
      American                                             Jazz     History         Dan Maher                    wealth Talking                               Selected
                    Music                                  with
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        Life                                                        of Pop                                                                              Life
10p    Jazz          Jazz        McPartland’s
                                                 Jazz
                                                           Chas                     Sound-         10p
        ‘Til          ‘Til         Piano        Profiles              Down          space
       Mid-          Mid-          Jazz                               Home         Norvel Trosst                     World Radio Network                      World Radio
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